Thursday, January 28, 2010

Amish Built Heat Surge Room Heater 2 Day Sale Down From $298.00 To $58.00 With Code

I ran across this in U.S.A. Today, the Amish are hurting because of the recession, and are offering the new Heat Surge Fireless Flame room heater for $58.00, 2 days (48 hours) only starting this morning at 8:00 am, with the code FP12132. Website
This heater uses the new hi-tech heat turbine technology to provide 5,119 BTU's at 9 cents per hour, on the high setting. Enough to heat 1,500 square feet for about $1.00 per day, or $2.16 per day at full blast. I have talked to two people who have this in the past and they were very satisfied.
It comes fully assembled out of the box, just plug it in and turn it on. I have seen one and it was quite attractive, looks like a fireplace in an oak cabinet, and seemed to be very well made. The Amish are only making the cabinet, and installing the heater. But, they do everything by hand, and are very quality conscious. This offer is only good for two days, so if you are interested you will need to be quick. Enjoy it whatever it is, Gregg

Sunday, January 24, 2010

OnComputers Radio show Podcast 01-24-10

This is the On Computers Radio show podcast for 01-24-10. You can listen live every Sunday from 10AM to 1PM Pacific that's 1PM to 4PM Eastern. Join us for the live show and chat. If you prefer, you can download the same MP3 file here via ftp.

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Links From The Gregg Zone

1) Starting off with a little regression back to CES, this was one if the things I noticed walking around the show. One of the buzz words or terms that were flashing around was green energy. Another related term was home energy, especially referring to saving due to a greater understanding of how much energy the home was using and more importantly where it was being used. This is an interesting link on that whole area, do click around the links, a lot of interesting stuff here
2) This is probably my favorite areas when it comes to zone links, specifically the “I want one of those” links. This one comes thanks to Troll thank god there is no way I could afford one of these, so I won’t have to worry too much. But, as far as the cool factor. And that, “I wish I would be around long enough to see this developed”, maybe into a fad. Something just taking off due to a basic practicability, sort of like the new V.W. Bug taking over the market in the ‘70’s. That is something that would make me envious of the next generation.
3) This is one Joe sent me a week or so ago. I like keeping up on these medical advancements, they just keep getting better. This is one on using the conteversial stem cell technology in giving sight to a kid born blind. It seems odd to me that someone would have to go all the way to China to take advantage of these breakthroughs. We are destine to lose our technological edge as a country if we continue to let antiquated belief systems continue to get in the way of our progress, just my perspective don’t write.
4) This line of physics leading to M-theory or multiverse theory is one of those areas that keep me interested, not so much for all the presented hype that goes along with most of the articles related to it, dealing with the math and theory. The part that keeps me coming back are the obvious questions of how does it relate to consciousness, the human questions of how do I fit I as a conscious entity fit into this matrix.
5) Time for that link that just zooms by me, leaving me thinking wow that’s cool, followed by what’s cool. Not sure what effect this may have on the world, but I keep hearing about virtualization from people in the radio show rooms, so when I saw this and realized it was only a day or two old, it just seemed like it a was postable link.